but that's the thing you, you do what? uh, most americans decide to go either to go sort of cockney, or very posh. and you've gone cockney, which is perfectly acceptable. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that real? or is that fake? >> yeah, i really talk like this. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> but, yeah, i dunno. similarly, english people always, i think most english people do an american accent, they would go for a kind of texan, southern sound. that they instinctively -- [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah, they do. like do -- can you do the american accent? >> no. >> jimmy: no. do a southern, do a southern -- >> no, because i might want to play a southern -- >> jimmy: no, no, no we'll do it right now, we'll just do it for a roleplay. >> okay. >> jimmy: and i'll be a cockney man on trial. [ cheers ] and you're a lawyer in a very hot courtroom. i didn't do it i swear. it wasn't me, i mean uh, normally, we drive on the other side of the road. see, so. [ laughter ] i can't even concentrate it's so hot in here. >> jimmy: hey, uh, that's not bad. >> i know -- >> jimmy: after you do it, do you go like this? that's your -- >> you do a bit of an accent and go, is that okay? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there's acting for you.